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More Waipipi beach shots

For those with questions from yesterday's post of Waipipi beach, the caves are very shallow. They are made of  Papa  clay (click for more info) (which makes up much of the New Zealand seacoast) which erodes causing the ground above to become unstable and fall onto the beach--the 'rocks' you see in some of the photos below.







8 comments:

Linda W. said...

Beautiful beach scenes! Thanks for sharing more photos.

Christine said...

An awesome part of coastline! I loved seeing this through your lovely photos!

Al said...

What a beautiful and rugged coastline - great shots!

Snoskred said...

I love the colour of the sand there.. we have very white sand over here. I must take some pics of our super white beach which claims to be the whitest sand in the world. :)

AlexaT said...

Amazing beach, for sure! A mix of stunning aspects!
So lovely post...

Meghan as FireBonnet said...

These are stunning photos!!!! Thank you so much for joining RMoD this week and sharing the beautiful images of NZ. Wow...

Jibber JabberUK said...

The caves look fascinating but I would be a bit afraid to explore then in case I got trapped inside!

Claudya Martinez said...

It's gorgeous. I think I would be afraid to go into the caves. I'm a chicken.